author={Michelle G. Craske and Murray B. Stein},
  journal={The Lancet},
Anxiety sensitivity in adolescents: Factor structure and relationships to trait anxiety and symptoms of anxiety disorders and depression
The current study examined the anxiety sensitivity construct in a large sample of normal Dutch adolescents aged 13–16 years ( n=819). Children completed the Childhood Anxiety Sensitivity Index (CASI;
Diagnosis and Management of Anxiety Disorders
A synopsis of the current understanding of the pathophysiology of anxiety disorders, the biological and environmental risk factors that contribute to their development and maintenance, a review of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) diagnostic criteria, and a practical approach to the treatment of anxiety Disorders in adults are provided.
Differentiating anxiety and depression: the State-Trait Anxiety-Depression Inventory
Evidence concerning convergent and discriminant validity with respect to related constructs is obtained in two smaller nonclinical and clinical samples, and factors influencing the association between components of anxiety and depression are discussed.
The hypothalamus in anxiety disorders.
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Overthinkers, attention-seekers and wallflowers: peer perceptions of clinical anxiety disorders in adolescence
Peer perceptions and stereotypes towards adolescents with clinical anxiety disorders are investigated to suggest that previously established mental illness stereotypes may not be relevant to those with anxiety disorders, and that stigma interventions should be tailored to disorder and age group.
Subclinical Agoraphobia Symptoms and Regional Brain Volumes in Non-clinical Subjects: Between Compensation and Resilience?
The findings show brain structural associations of subclinical symptoms of anxiety, which overlap with those seen in panic disorder or agoraphobia, which is consistent with a dimensional model of anxiousness which is reflected not only functionally but also on the structural level.
Sensory Overresponsivity, Loneliness, and Anxiety in Taiwanese Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The relationships existed between sensory processing difficulties, loneliness, and anxiety among adults with ASD, and the results highlight the importance of sensory overresponsiveness and anxiety in evaluating and improving the psychological well-being of adults with ASD.